Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology is A national “double First-class” university and A class A university in jiangsu High-level University Construction Peak Plan. In 1960, the School of Meteorology of Nanjing University (the predecessor of Nanjing University) was established under the former Meteorological Bureau of the CPC Central Committee (Military Commission). In 1963, the School was independently established as Nanjing Institute of Meteorology. In 1978, it was listed as a national key university and in 2000, it was transferred to the people’s Government of Jiangsu Province. 2004 It was renamed Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. Since 2007, the University has been co-built by the People’s Government of Jiangsu Province, China Meteorological Administration, Ministry of Education and State Oceanic Administration. It is now a university jointly built by the central government and local governments under the management of Jiangsu Province. The university has distinctive characteristics. Atmospheric Science has been selected as the national “World First-class Discipline”, and has been awarded the first and A+ level in the recent two first-level discipline assessments by the Ministry of Education. Meteorology is A national key discipline. Seven disciplines, including Earth Science, engineering, computer Science, Environmental science and Ecology, chemistry, agricultural science and materials Science, are among the top 1% of ESI disciplines worldwide. It has 7 first-level disciplines, including atmospheric Science, Environmental Science and Engineering, Information and communication Engineering, Management Science and Engineering, mathematics, history of Science and Technology, and Computer Science and Technology, 25 first-level disciplines and 19 professional master’s degree programs. The university now has post-doctoral research stations for “Atmospheric Science”, “Environmental Science and Engineering”, “Mathematics” and “Management Science and Engineering”, with 75 undergraduate majors distributed in 9 disciplines including science, engineering, arts, management, economics, law, agriculture, art and teaching.
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